Paassatt, you give humanity way to much credit. I not only believe this, but I'm shocked it didn't get around more.
Don't forget the humble jackalope.Oh Ciphor, one of these days I'll take you to my arboreal octopus hot spot and make you a believer. Enteroctopus pinaceaeus is the actual binomial and is surprisingly omnivorous, primarily feeding on Roosevelt elk, Crazy Eric's & rhododendrons.
I could never forget...we had one taxidermied in the basement, right next to the Big Mouth Billy Bass:sarcasm:Don't forget the humble jackalope.
I believe! They come in to the port, right next to the food bank. Every Thurs. after assistance checks are doled out there is a rash of missing babies and weeping mothers. We use crossbows with arrows dipped in hobo stool(AWS's hate hobo poo) and dress to mimic the Pepsis wasp. Last week we came upon a grisly scene of AWS young emerging from the corpse of a missing baby. Before we could react, Gerald the lead wasp was snatched by the mother AWS from her hiding place in an abandoned lunch truck. He is still missing and we are turning our attention to biowarfare. Thunderbirds are being flown in from the SE. Godspeed, Thunderbirds!Wait...so you guys are saying the Angolan witch spider isn't real? Well maybe THIS will convince you otherwise:
The picture doesn't convey the scale of the beast, but believe me, it was huge. You guys will just have to take my word for it. Before I brought an end to its reign of terror this thing left a morbid trail of kitten, puppy, and yuppie boluses all over Northern Virginia. I had to give it the old double tap to be 100% sure.
I've got a jumping spider on my knee right now staring at the monitor screen. Most likely in complete disbelief. It was just meandering until I opened this page. I'm going to hold the OP responsible if it develops a neurosis.